"I think the fact of the matter is that Senator Clinton is claiming basically the entire eight years of the Clinton presidency as her own, except for the stuff that didn't work out, in which case she says she has nothing to do with it. What she can't be is selective, in terms of, you know, cherry-picking and making determinations that she's now suddenly the face of foreign policy, that she shaped economic policy, except the stuff that didn't work out, in which case that was somebody else's problem or somebody else's fault," - Barack Obama, telling it like it is.

I wonder if he disliked her this much before the campaign? It's only when you are constantly exposed to the shiftiness, double standards and having-it-every-which-way style of the Clintons that you grow to distrust them as deeply as some of us do.

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